Interested in body adornment? Metal? Jewellery?
Free jewellery making workshops
Kelvin Birk and Katrin Spranger at Cockpit Arts
Glass Cloud Gallery is a London based, independent, pop up window gallery founded by artist Hannah Luxton in 2013. The initiative connects the public with fine art practices by collaborating with businesses to commission highly visible exhibitions in windows for the passing world to see.
2019’s Camden Fringe Festival is wrapping up this week, with the month-long annual festival ending 25 August. With 300 shows running over 27 venues in Camden, this month has seen a wave of new and seasoned performers alike bringing fringe to London this summer. 
Check out the exciting things you can do all around Camden this weekend. From galleries to nights out; there's something for everyone!
UPshoots Sessions are back at Pancras Square in Kings Cross, programming emerging musicians and artists exposing new music to new audiences. UPshoots takes place every Friday from Friday 16th August – Friday 6th September, 12:30pm – 2pm.
Camden Alive and Unlimited are delighted to announce that Raquel Meseguer’s A Crash Course in Cloudspotting (the subversive act of horizontality) will be coming to Camden. Raquel will be collaborating with residents across Camden to produce a new installation at Swiss Cottage Gallery in the new year.
Check out the exciting things you can do all around Camden this weekend. Including Fringe Theatre, Gigs and more!
From real-life incels to microaggressions; the 2019 Camden Fringe Festival line-up tackles sexism head-on. Almost two years on from the birth of the #MeToo movement, this year’s acts are showing there’s still a lot to fight for. Over the course of the Fringe, we will be talking with performers and creatives who are tackling sexism head-on.
London’s largest free display of outdoor art to open in The Regent’s Park is now open until 6 October, featuring more than 20 international artists